Online Safety Lesson 5th grade

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  • Online Safety Lesson 5th grade

    1. 1. 5th Grade Digital Citizenship
    2. 2. Digital Citizenship includes: On all devices at all times Netiquette Staying Safe Online Proper Use of Digital Information
    3. 3. What is Netiquette? It is etiquette you should always follow when you are on the internet.
    4. 4. Netiquette • Follow the golden rule • Do not use rude or unkind language • Do not hurt other’s feelings • Be clear in messages, have a subject • Check your spelling • Don’t use uppercase letters or too many !!!!!!! • Use smileys (emoticons) to help people understand you better
    5. 5. WhyisthisImportant? Digital Footprints • Digital Footprints • public • Permanent • Cyber bullying
    6. 6. Cyber bullying 1. Do not respond to messages that are mean or make you uncomfortable. 2. Do not forward them to others. 3. Tell a trusted adult right away. 4. Ask an adult how to block messages from that person 5. Save and document the messages you receive.
    7. 7. Online Safety Protecting Our Identity, Keeping our Devices Safe, Keeping Ourselves Safe
    8. 8. What’s Private? • Your name • Your Address • Your School • Your School Address • Your email address • Your Phone Number • Your Passwords • Your parent’s names • Your parent’s work information • Your picture Remember to always log out of programs in public places! When in doubt about sharing information, ask a trusted adult! Protect Your Identity
    9. 9. Keeping Your Devices Safe • Don’t open attachments that you aren’t positive are OK even from people you know. • Don’t fall for phishing scams. Be skeptical. • Don’t click on pop-up windows that tell you you’ve won a prize or contest. • Don’t click on links in email that you aren’t positive are safe. • Don’t install “free” software without having an adult review it first • Don’t download anything off the internet without permission from an adult. • Only use trusted web sites. Look for the https
    10. 10. Some illnesses you could encounter… • Adware – tracks your browsing habits and then sends you pop-up advertisements • Malware – Malicious software that affects your computer’s operation and allows hackers the chance to get in and get your personal info • Spyware – Downloads onto your computer and scans your hard drive for personal info • Virus – it is a piece of code which deletes or corrupts files or can replicate to fill up your computer memory • Worms – a virus which can duplicate itself and spread to others through your email and messages
    11. 11. There are predators online who will seek your personal information to do you or your family harm So… Never agree to get together with someone you “meet” online If you ever see anything online that makes you uncomfortable, close the page and tell an adult Keeping Ourselves Safe
    12. 12. Using Information Wisely Avoiding Plagiarism, Analyzing Sites
    13. 13. • Plagiarism is copying someone else’s work without giving credit to your source. It is a form of stealing • Do not copy and paste material without using quotations • Do not just change a word or two • ALWAYS Use your own words • Always give credit to the authors of: • Ideas • Pictures • Songs • Use a Bibliography to “cite your sources” • The only time you do not need to give credit is when it is your original thought or when it is a commonly known fact Citing Sources
    14. 14. » Can you trust everything on the internet? » Look at their domain suffix: .com, .edu, .gov, .org, .net » Ask yourself the following questions: » Does the site have authority? Can you find the author of the page? Is he/she credible? Is the site sponsored by a legitimate organization? » Is the site accurate? Does it agree with other sites? Does it cite sources? Is it free from typos and a lot of ads? Does it look professional? » Is the site objective? Is it trying to persuade you? Is it trying to sell you something? Does it only represent one point of view? » Is the website current? Look for the last time it was updated. » Is it complete? Is it finished? Doe all the links work and does it have an index or links to other reputable sites? » If you are uncertain, ask a teacher or grown-up » If anything makes you uncomfortable, close the page and tell an adult. Evaluating Websites
    15. 15. Digital Citizenship includes: On all devices at all times Netiquette Staying Safe Online Proper Use of Digital Information
    16. 16. Are you Ready to be a Digital Citizen? • We the Vichy 5th Graders pledge to: – Only go online when a parent or adult says it’s O.K. – Not give out personal information online – Never let anyone know our passwords, except our parents – Tell an adult if we see information that makes us uncomfortable – Never get together with anyone we “meet” online – Never respond or forward mean or inappropriate messages. If we get one, we’ll tell an adult. – Never download anything from the internet without permission – Never open files, attachments, or links from anyone we don’t know and trust – Log off of email and any online programs we are using when we are done – Be good online citizens, treating others as we wish to be treated – Never post or write anything online that we would be embarrassed to have anyone see

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